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friedman, richard haass to talk about that, the global economy and more. >>> then, we found a way to convince china to start worrying about global warming, i'll explain. >>> morgan stanley predicted that china, india, brazil and russia will all slow down. check, check, check, check. so, what does he say about america's prospects? >>> then, we'll talk to the great historious ian morris. we'll take you all the way from the ice age to the far distant future. >>> first, here's my take. time for the fat and thin envelopes. the annual ritual when colleges send out admission and rejection notices to well over a million high school seniors. american higher education remains the envy of the world and it has been the nation's greatest path to social and economic mobility. sorting and rewarding talented kids from any and all backgrounds. but there are broad changes taking place at american universities that are moving them away from an emphasis on merit and achievement and towards off aering a privileged experience for an already privileged group. state universities, once the highway of adva
>> rose: welcome to the program, we begin this evening with richard haass, president of the council on foreign relations, he has a new book called foreign policy begins at home. >> and the problems of the administration is they want to rebalance toward asia, it is in the business literature there is always a conflict or tension between the urgent and the important an there is all of this urgent stuff coming from the middle east i am not saying it is important but there is truly important strategic stuff coming in asia and north america and at home and the challenge for the president is going to be to resist meof t pullf the urgent every kay every day and focus at home and focus in asia and get the balance right, that is what strategy is about. >> rose: we conclude this evening with ali babacan, he is the deputy prime minister of turkey. >> turkey and israel relations are very important for the whole region, because the region itself is going through a historical transformation process, like egypt, tunisia, yemen are trying to change, and also syria is in a very, very difficult situa
there. can they be silenced by action from the president? richard haass, president of council on foreign relations, author of brand-new book "foreign policy begins at home." and robin wright is a scholar at the united states institute of peace which i just drove by yesterday. a beautiful building. look at what the "washington post" is reporting late this afternoon. "president obama is preparing to send lethal weaponry to the syrian opposition and has taken steps to assert more aggressive u.s. leadership among allies and partners seeking the ouster of bashar al assad. according to senior administration officials." they did not say what equipment is being considered. robin wright, your thoughts on that? it's a limited bit of information. it could be rifles, could be grenades. who knows. >> i suspect at this point there is a very small quantity or very small type of weaponry. the real problem is a quarter century after we armed the mujahide,n, we are still buying back parts of stinger missiles and there's a real concern about we you arm any faction, how can you control and prevent those arm
. holding the book. the book. by the president of council of foreign relations, richard haass. >> with the same tie. >> different tie. >> the case for putting america's house in order is out today. >> today. >> it's big. >> huge. >> really exciting. >> it's no american freak show. >> no. >> and in miami, we have editorial writer for the washington post and msnbc, contributor, jonathan capehart. >> he looks very relaxed. >> the one time i travel without a tie trying to relax and here what happens. >> well, that is what happens. >> that's jonathan relaxing right there. >> congratulations. >> i like the flower in the pocket. a lot of stuff going on. >> yeah, you want to just go there? >> yeah, i guess so. by the way, great show yesterday. >> that was great. >> great reporting out there. those people are still like so many friends we met on the jersey shore yesterday have such a long way to go. >> oh, my gosh, i know. it is one of those things where politicians, those first two weeks, they're there every day. we've got to fight, we won't leave your side. and i'm sure you saw, well
brilliant. president of the council on foreign relations, richard haass author of "foreign policy begins at home." congratulations. >> how was your weekend? why is rattner wrong? >> i went to a basketball game, my first one. >> she can now do sports. >> there was an incredible shots two-thirds of the way down and we have to show that. >> jason kidd? >> no. okay. >> i know what you're saying. >> do you? >> it was jason kidd. >> and he is like 40 or something. >> how did this come about? >> never mind. this is not good. i'm just going to get killed here. >> i'm just curious. your first baseball game you were sitting in the owner's box at fenway. >> that was wonderful! >> were you up in the stands with the kids from the bronx? >> not exactly. >> no. it was like where people are. you know, around the game? around the game at the bottom! >> around the court? >> you mean you were courtside? >> well. >> what stars did you see courtside? >> michael j. fox. it was fun. >> he seems like a really nice guy. >> i asked rattner what i should way as we were guests of the rogers and he told me to wear j
roundtable. chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz, richard haass and the editor of "the new yorker" david remnick. senator, and the congressman, let me begin with you, whether the subject should be read his miranda rights or enemy cobah abouts. also, the fact that his travel back to his hometown, that was a muslim area, could have been radicalized -- >> that was his brother. >> that was his brother, though, that's correct. we're talking about the two of them together, as to what happened and why it happened. and i think, we got to keep that option open until we find out whether or not there was a connection to the terrorist organization. >> do you agree? >> i'll agree, there is no question. the public safety exception is that we should utilize and that we should get all of the information available to us. >> how long does that public safety exception hold? even though the guy is lying flat on his back in a hospital bed? >> obviously, there are some communications right now because he can't talk. obviously, we can do some other things. we still, i believe, have enough evidenc
of the argument here, richard haass, foreign policy begins at home, the case for putting america's house in order, we will be right back, stay with us. >> rose: we turn now to turkey that has been on top of secretary of state john kerry's venue this week and visiting the country for third time in two months, turkey is a close ally of the united states, it plays a vital role in the region, joining me now is ali babacan, he is the deputy prime minister of turkey and responsible for the economy and also the foreign he minister of affairs and has been in the united states and here to attend the imf world bank spring meetings and pleased to have him back at this table, welcome. >> thank you. >> rose: so what do you hope to accomplish? here? >> well, this week, we have actually a series of meetings between u.s. chamber of commerce and the turkish counterpart for three-day, three city investment week. >> rose: right. >> and we are bringing together american and turkish business people about how we can do more trade, more investments between our two countries, and then we have the g-20 ministry of meeti
services worldwide. >> from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: richard haass is here, she the president of the council on foreign relations. he is a veteran observer of american foreign policy in his new book he looks inward and argues america must solve its domestic problems if it is going to be a foreign power, it is foreign policy begins as home, the case for putting america's house in order. i am pleased to have him here at this table. welcome. >> thank you. >> rose: so where does this book come from? what have you been looking and, thinking that perhaps we need to focus on restoration? >> well, first of all it is a book i never imagined i would write just for that reason. >> rose: foreign policy expert talks about the need to get the economic house in order. >> right. the president of the council on foreign relations, i am a member of the card-carrying member of the foreign policy establishment. >> rose: yes you are. >> two things about me, charlie, one was i thought we were trying to do way too much abroad, particularly iraq and afghanistan. i simply th
, msnbc contributor mike barnicle and the president of the council on foreign relations, richard haass. that was beautiful. >> beautiful. and, mike barnicle, you have spent your entire life going to boston red sox games. i would guess that no game emotionally, no game, even given the past glories, was as emotional and is just epic as the game on saturday as -- because willie and i always joke about, hey, if we -- the worst thing in the world can happen to a city and dumb sportscasters will go, three hours, jim, this city forget there was a nuclear blast. >> something different was going on there. >> here, it can only happen in boston because boston is a one sports team town. at the end of the day, the sox that pull the entire team together. >> fenway. >> and fenway, the cathedral to a city. it had to be an amazing day there. >> it was. it was an amazingly emotional afternoon. it was a cathartic moment. a baseball game happened to have been played but it was if a tiny basilica on the back bay and the region was attracted to it. the suspected suspect had been successfully captured the ev
. >> trickalso chemical war fare syria. richard haass weighs in on the significant developments in that conflict. chadwick boseman describes his role as the great jackie robinson. >> great movie. >> a new article "the atlantic" says changing technology means we may never run out of oil. james bennett is here to explain. >> there you go! >> the top stories coming up next and the political playbook. >>> first, bill karins with a check on the forecast. bill? >> good morning. it's a nice happy forecast for so many people in this country as we head to a nice, warm weekend for once. just about everywhere on the map. we are going to have some rain to deal with but first recap yesterday. one of the warmest days we have seen in montana, colorado through the central plains. it was beautiful. the last spot to warm up is minneapolis, north wards and up through the great lakes. that warm air coming your way this weekend. we do have a little bit of rain this morning. kansas city and st. louis that's going to head for louisville, nashville, memphis, little rock and tulsa during the day today so you need your u
and richard haass, author of the book "foreign policy begins at home." christian, is this just bluster? >> i don't think you can say it is just bluster. it is a pattern they have used before. very much more virulent than before and people are concerned about not just a miscalculation but pushing leaders back to war with no way to get off. there is no meaningful negotiation for some reason. the united states does not believe in negotiating with north korea. here the political system says if you negotiate, it means you reward. obviously, that is wrong. people should negotiate. it's not happening. so the united states is relying on china, and what can china do, we don't know yet. i spoke to a nuclear scientist, the last one who was in there, who said he does not believe this regime is suicidal. on the other hand, again, what about miscalculation. i spoke to the u.n. south korean ambassador who said we're worried, we're not panicked, because this is an especially virulent form of the usual threats thattim could out of north korea. >> though we have heard these threats before, richard. >> these a
with richard haass, president of the council on foreign relations, he has a new book called foreign policy begins at home. >> and the problems of the administration is they want to rebalance toward asia, it is in the business literature there is always a conflict or tension between the urgent and the important an there is all of this urgent stuff coming from the middle east i am not saying it is important but there is truly important strategic stuff coming in asia and north america and at home and the challenge for the president is going to be to resist meof t pullf the urgent every kay every day and focus at home and focus in asia and get the balance right, that is what strategy is about. >> rose: we conclude this evening with ali babacan, he is the depu
't be a world power even if we want to be several years down the road. >> richard haass, can't wait to read the book. robin wright. >>> up next, here's a novel way to spin your state's dramatic drop in job creation. tom corbett says there are too many on drugs. that's going to go over well. this is "hardball." the place for politics. uh, i'm in a timeout because apparently riding the dog like it's a small horse is frowned upon in this establishment! luckily though, ya know, i conceal this bad boy underneath my blanket just so i can get on e-trade. check my investment portfolio, research stocks... wait, why are you taking... oh, i see...solitary. just a man and his thoughts. and a smartphone... with an e-trade app. ♪ nobody knows... [ male announcer ] e-trade. investing unleashed. [ male announcer ] e-trade. trust your instincts to make the call. to treat my low testosterone, my doctor and i went with axiron, the only underarm low t treatment. axiron can restore t levels to normal in about 2 weeks in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18 or men with prostate or
a dangerous and interesting case study. >> richard haass, president of the council on foreign relations, thanks. >>> now wolf blitzer is here with a preview of "the situation room," show right after this one. looks like it will will come on in 12 minutes. >> exactly. you're not going to be late, right? >> i turn it on every time. >> but you won't go over your adotted time. >> i don't think i have yet. >> you have always given me a few extra seconds. >> you owe me a few. i'll collect later. >>> let's talk about our lead at 5:00. there's movement happening right now on two critical issues, comprehensive immigration reform, gun control. we're going in depth on both of those right at the top of the hour. later in the hour we'll speak with senator jim inp hoff of oklahoma. he's on the border right now between the united states and mexico so we're going to be -- james inhofe we'll be talking to about what's going on. will he filibuster some of this stuff coming up? the answer is yes, but we'll have to figure out had what he's going to do. also in our 6:00 p.m. eastern hour we're going to go i
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